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Re: Bug#127461: ITP: SkunkWeb - An extensible and easy to use web application server

On Wed, Jan 02, 2002 at 07:36:11PM +0000, Rob Bradford wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-01-02 at 15:50, Dave Swegen wrote:
> > package: wnpp
> > severity: wishlist
> > 
> > 
> > License: GPL v2
> > 
> > URL: http://skunkweb.sourceforge.net
> > 
> > Description:
> > 
> > SkunkWeb is a web application server written in python. It enables easy
> > use of components and templates using a combination of python, HTML, and
> > its own markup language STML. Components can output HTML or python
> > objects.
> > 
> > It provides an easy and powerful component caching mechanism, as well as
> > providing for remote component inclusions. It can be run using either
> > either its own http server, or can be called from apache using an apache
> > extension module.
> > 
> I spent ages talking to the developers to try and get them to make their
> build system at all FHS compliant, so that i could then package it. I
> deliberately did not ITP it due to massive packaging headaches prior to
> the changes. I hope you succeed in creating a great package from it. It
> is a really nice app, contact me if you need help testing the package.
> I had hoped on using it for some development work over at Debian Planet.
> Have fun...

Oh, I intend to :) It looks like it's going to be, umm, interesting. As
far as I can tell it will produce three packages (skunkweb,
libapache-mod-skunk, and skunkweb-doc). Something of an increase from my
current package xmahjongg...

I got an email from Jacob Smullyan (it also went to the skunk list)
where he mentioned that the config script had been split up.

In the meantime I'll put up any pre-upload packages onto


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